Partying Sree gets into trouble again

    It seems, Indian cricket star S Sreesanth can’t keep away from controversies.

    In his third run in with the law in Bangalore in recent times, Elgin Apartment Residents Association, Hosur Road Langford Town, on Saturday complained to the Ashokanagar police station that the speedster and his friends not only created a scene but also misbehaved with them on Friday during the course of a party. Assistant commissioner of police P S Gacchinakatti has ordered an inquiry.

    Sreesanth and a few others, including some girls, are said to have partied hard till the early hours on Friday night in a rented room in the apartment.

    When the irked inmates of the apartment objected to the racket, Sreesanth and his friends allegedly misbehaved with them.

    Sreesanth is said to have packed up and vacated the apartment when the police went there on Saturday evening to inquire.

    This is not the first time Sreesanth has got into trouble in Bangalore. According to police, on October 21, Sreesanth and his friends were involved in a car accident near Queen’s Road-Cunningham Road junction. A software engineer Ramamurthy, working for Wipro, had complained to the Cubbon Park police charging that the driver of a Honda Civic car bearing a Kerala registration number had damaged his Maruti Esteem car while overtaking it near the busy junction.

    Sources said Sreesanth was in the car. Based on this, the Cubbon Park police had registered a complaint.

    In another incident a few months ago, Sreesanth had rudely behaved with the staff of a star hotel at Kumara Park.